(Worthy News) - Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton each took big wins in Arizona but also big losses in Utah to rivals Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders, respectively, on Tuesday night. Sanders also won Idaho.
Trump took home all 58 delegates in Arizona with 47.1 percent of the vote over Cruz's 24.7 percent and Ohio Gov. John Kasich's 10 percent. Clinton coasted to victory in Arizona as well with a 57.8 percent to 39.7 percent lead over Vermont Sen. Sanders. Clinton claimed 41 delegates and Sanders nabbed 22.
In Utah Cruz swept all 40 delegates with 69.2 percent of the vote to Kasich's 16.9 percent and Trump's 14 percent. Sanders crushed Clinton with nearly 80 percent of the votes -- good for 18 delegates -- to her 19.8 percent of the votes for five delegates. [ Source ]
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